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Yellowstone Vacation – Part 2

Yellowstone Vacation – Part 2

Sunday, September 9, 2001 

We hiked all of the trails in the Canyon area today. There were three hikes that were rated very difficult. The Park puts out trail guides that indicate that these trails are considered strenuous, and should not be attempted by anyone having heart problems or breathing difficulties. Fortunately, they did not indicate that Florida Flatlander / couch potatoes should not try to do all three in one day. Even if they had, we would probably have hiked them anyway.

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Yellowstone Vacation – Part 1

I’ve always loved to write, including keeping travel journals from our vacations. I’ve divided them into several posts, as some are rather long.

They are old, but I hope you enjoy them anyway.

Yellowstone Vacation РPart 1

Friday, September 7, 2001 

Terry and I flew to Jackson Hole Wyoming with a connection in Denver, Colorado. After picking up the rental car, we went to lunch. Another couple that we had seen at the rental car agency came into the same restaurant, so Terry invited them to join us for lunch. We had an enjoyable conversation about our various travels. The food was the first of many bad meals in Wyoming though. We could make a killing opening a restaurant out there, as these people do not know how to cook!

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